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RAA and Dr Seuss

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Dr. Seuss “WHO” is he?

2008

Dr. Seuss and Read Across America

 

 

Yes, there really was a Dr. Seuss!  “Who” was he?  Why do we celebrate his birthday?

 

Here are various web links that will help you search for information about Dr. Seuss and his “zany” world of beloved characters.

 

Here’s how:

 

1)  Take a journey to Seussville, here you can discover information about Dr. Seuss, as well as find various ways to play with some of Dr. Seuss’s characters.

     Just click on the link, http://www.seussville.comand enter the world of Seuss.  Once at the site,click on the left of the Cat in the Hat on the High Bandwidth Site link.

 

  • Click the road sign that reads “Biography,” read to find out “WHO” is Dr. Seuss, what was his real name?  Why did he begin using the name DR. Seuss?
  •  Once you know about him, find your way to the playground road sign and enjoy some fun with the Seuss characters.

 

2)  Your next journey will be a stop at the Seussville University.  Here you can practice your math, reading, and/or reasoning skills.  Just click on the link and test your ability to win in the land of Seuss:  http://www.seussville.com/#/games 

 

  • Click on one of the house’s billboards to enter the game  
  • Choose one of the areas to practice and have fun.

     

3)  Watch a Dr. Seuss slide show at: http://www.seussville.com/author.html 

 

  Student Story Maker             

 

 Reading Rockets links for Teachers
Horton and other Seuss Videos NEA Teacher CCSS Tool Kit All things Dr. Seuss and CCSS

  

About NEA’s Read Across America

The National Education Association is building a nation of readers through its signature program, NEA’s Read Across America. Now in its 16th year, this year-round program focuses on motivating children and teens to read through events, partnerships, and reading resources.

"You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child."

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